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Pedestrians and cyclists likely to share paths in Hong Kong’s latest bicycle networks

  • Tue, 12 Sep 2017 10:43
Two of Hong Kong’s districts are likely to see the city’s first cycling networks shared by both cyclists and pedestrians, in a move away from what critics describe as a “segregation” system separating these two types of road users. Proposals for a cycle track in the Kai Tak development area and a shared cycling passage near Hong Kong Velodrome in Tseung Kwan O will be discussed by the Kwun Tong and Sai Kung district councils on Tuesday. Trials could take place as early... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed


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